This House is designed by Aleks Istanbullu Architects. This small cube guesthouse is nature-inspired retreat nestled in a canyon of trees overlooking Coldwater Canyon. It’s the place apart from the main house where owners could listen to music or to read a book. Even though it was planned as one room house it soon get a back structure with bedroom, bath and small kitchen. Exterior is clad in colored fiber cement green panels and make the biggest statement, with both a playful street presence and a respect for nature. Four granite stepping stones in a pond lead to the a solid wengé-stained door in the center of a clear glass wall. Wenge closet doors and bright resin panels continue the exterior’s color theme into the interior. Besides the bedroom and the kitchen with a pantry, the house feature double-height library with 16-foot-tall bookshelves.
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Have you been thinking to combine an industrial workspace with the uniqueness of a modern home? Well, here’s one of the best combinations we’ve ever seen — the Dwelling-workhouse by Hoogte Twee Architecten. Outstandingly constructed in the Nijmegen Area, in the Netherlands, this five person family villa was designed to create a paradox between life’s freedom and a clear quality planning. Observe how the designers had illuminated every dark corner with “excesive” sunlight, trying to pull a contrast trick between an introvert workspace and an extrovert family home ambience.
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The term “modern bedroom” does not refer to the physical “age” of the room itself. Rather, a “modern bedroom” is one decorated in a manner that parallels modern design values. Generally, this means that for your furnishings to be considered modern bedroom furniture, they have to be indicative of a characteristically modern minimalist aesthetic. To put it simply: For a modern bedroom, less is more. To achieve a truly modern look, you will first need to de-clutter your bedroom. [ Platformbeds ]
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Revolutionary designed by undpartner, the Peoplepad is a set of multimedia furniture (if there is something that can be called that way) that allows its user to decide on which of those high-tech functions to put at work. This high-tech home furniture is designed to bundle playing, relaxing, sitting, and resting activity all at once. Unlike any other techie home gadgets, within its green and black leather design the Peoplepad is able to generate a techie high-class living room look while you are simply enjoying your easy access into the mighty technology world.
Specially made for luxurious hearts, this elegant flat by Stephen Fletcher has taken lavishness to a whole new level. Located in Hampstead, London, originally this spacious flat used to be a ground floor and basement for a gothic-styled grand house built for an artist way back in 1870. Here’s where Stephen Fletcher stepped in and planned the transformation to add up some entertainment space without removing any existing features. Applying a vintage contemporary theme, he arranged the interior to imply its original state with some touch of freshness.